Twisty little back-road right down the street from me doesn’t get much traffic on Sunday afternoons. Only takes two minutes or so to go from end to end, but it sure is fun. Some days I’ll drive over to it, go back and forth 3 or 4 times then just go home. I don’t go above the speed limit, but it feels fast enough with…
This one is just less fancy, and has no fob. Maybe a valet key? The other two are like this
Watch: http://dspor.tv/2a0dCIm (also available on the free Driving Sports TV apps for Apple TV, Roku, iOS and more.)
Maybe it’s because of my factory added ground clearance
Well, actually I brought it home from dealership on July 15, 2006. Anyway, it’s kind of anniversary. Never thought I’d own a vehicle for so long, but now I really can’t think of a reason to replace it with another (practical) car.
Wife, kids, one of the dogs and mother-in-law just left to make the 1,000 mile 1-day drive to Phoenix. I’ll fly there one-way in 2 weeks to drive the return trip. This will be the 6th time the Outback had done this trip. It has been an awesome long-haul vehicle - tons of space, comfy seats, decent ride, and around 27…
Because many Oppos seem to have an obsession.
Crickey, I thought they were Australian! The badge looks like its based on the national flag. Best known model is the Outback. They put backseats in the bed of a small truck to avoid the chicken tax and sell a ute in the US. They are called Subaru, which was the name of Australia’s oldest known kangaroo. All Wheel…
At the Rally in the 100 Acre Wood, Travis Pastrana faces teammate David Higgins in equal machinery for the first time. It’s just another day at the office. This is Launch Control, Season 4.
Did I miss any?
Good morning a and Happy Friday, Oppo.
On June 4th, 2015 I sold my 1994 Honda Accord EX (cd7) and bought my 2002 Honda S2000. Since then I have unfortunately found minor dings where other people have let their car doors open into my car, and two small scuff marks on my rear bumper from people not being able to parallel park.
Ryan at Driving Sports had an opportunity to sit down the Subaru driver Mark Higgins in-between his record-setting runs around the Isle of Man TT course. The fact that Mark is driving a Subaru BRZ, mostly sideways, during the interview is purely coincidental.
No cage. Limited rules. This is Stock Car “Banger” Racing on the Isle of Man.
They surprise me. I was expecting the color in this one to be ugly as all sin.
Okay, so more specifically - Why not offer a “low range” on a few Subaru models?
I’ve spent the entire day at work listening to didgeridoo music and now I have the strangest urge to go buy an old Subaru...